10/10 – 15/10. How Ukraine is resisting Russian occupation. Photo digest №39

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On the 10th of October, Russian troops launched a massive shelling of the territory of Ukraine. 83 rockets were fired at infrastructure facilities of various cities, 43 of them were shot down by the Air Defense Forces of Ukraine. 20 pe ople died, and more than 100 were injured. In addition to missile attacks, the Russians carried out airstrikes using 17 unmanned aerial vehicles of the Shahed type. 11 critical infrastructure facilities in 8 regions and the capital of Ukraine were damaged. Many cities were left without electricity. The responsible services are working to eliminate the consequences of shelling and promptly restore the infrastructure.

October 10-11 in Ukraine: Photos

Cover 10.10 Kyiv

Photo: Finbarr O'Reilly

10.10 Kyiv
A woman with a baby is hiding from Russian shelling in an underground parking lot.

Photo: Lisa Bukreyeva

10.10 Kyiv
A man looks at a house damaged by shelling. A Ukrainian flag is on one of the balconies.

Photo: Serhii Korovainyi

10.10 Kyiv
Firefighters put out the fire that broke out after the Russian missile attack.

Photo: Sergi Mykhalchuk

10.10 Lviv, Halychyna
Smoke rises above the city after a Russian missile hit.

Photo: Katya Moskalyuk

10.10 Zaporizhzhia, Podniprovia and Zaporizhzhia
People in front of a house destroyed by the Russian shelling.

Photo: Elena Tita

10.10 Zaporizhzhia, Podniprovia and Zaporizhzhia
A man is not far from the place where the Russian rocket hit.

Photo: Nicole Tung

10.10 Lviv, Halychyna
Lviv is out of power after Russian strikes on energy infrastructure facilities.

Photo: Roman Baluk

11.10 Berlin, Germany
Action in support of Ukraine in Berlin. The inscription on the poster: “Russia is a terrorist state.”

Photo: Ukraine.ua Instagram page

11.10 Kyiv
Municipal utility workers eliminate the consequences of Russian shelling.

Photo: Yevhenii Zavhorodnii

October 12-13th in Ukraine: Photos

On the night of October 13th, the Russians shelled Mykolaiv with S-300 missiles. Residential buildings were damaged, and there were deaths, including an 11-year-old boy. The building of the shuttle station was also destroyed: a man who was trapped under the rubble, unfortunately, did not survive. The Armed Forces of Ukraine successfully repel enemy attacks in the east and south of Ukraine.

13.10 Mykolaiv, Prychornomoria

13.10 Mykolaiv, Prychornomoria
People in front of a residential apartment building destroyed by Russian troops.

13.10 Mykolaiv, Prychornomoria
A man over the body of his brother, who died as a result of Russian shelling.

13.10 location unknown
The destroyed bridge, which the occupiers painted in the colors of their flag.

Photo: George Ivanchenko

13.10 Kyiv
Farewell ceremony for Georgian volunteer Edisher Kvartskhelia, who died near Donetsk.

Photo: Serhii Nuzhnenko

13.10 Izium, Slobozhanshchyna
Boys at the gates of their destroyed school. On the gate is a school board with the inscription “Under protection” (Russian).

Photo: Sergiy Ilyashenko

13.10 Slobozhanshchyna
A resident of a recently liberated city talks to Ukrainian patrol officers.

Photo: Nicole Tung

12.10 Kivsharivka, Slobozhanshchyna
Boys from a recently liberated village.

Photo: George Ivanchenko

13.10 Mala Rohan, Slobozhanshchyna
Abandoned warehouse of the invaders in the liberated village.

Photo: Dmytro Shklyarov

13.10 location unknown
The destroyed enemy equipment.

Photo: George Ivanchenko

14–15 October in Ukraine: Photos

On the 14th of October, Ukraine celebrated the Day of Defenders of Ukraine. Rescuers have completed the search for victims under the rubble of a building in Mykolaiv, which was hit by a Russian missile the day before, killing 8 people. The recently liberated settlements are gradually coming back to life. Ukrainian military successfully repulses enemy attacks in the eastern direction.

15.10 Slobozhanshchyna

15.10 Slobozhanshchyna
A boy on a scooter in a recently liberated town.

15.10 Makariv, Polissia
A woman who saw her shelled house for the first time after the liberation.

Photo: Lisa Bukreyeva

15.10 Sviatohirsk, Donechchyna
A woman walks through the courtyard of the monastery, where she found temporary shelter.

Photo: Nicole Tung

15.10 Balaklia, Slobozhanshchyna
People walk down the street on the outskirts of a recently liberated city.

Photo: Serhii Korovainyi

14.10 Mykolaiv, Prychornomoria
A multi-apartment residential building shelled by the occupiers.

Photo: Mykolaiv Regional Military Administration

14.10 Borova, Slobozhanshchyna
People cross the river on a temporary bridge built on the site of a bridge destroyed by the Russian army.

Photo: Wolfgang Schwan

15.10 location unknown
A fighter of the 93rd Separate Mechanized Brigade, Kholodnyi Yar.

Photo: Instagram page of the 93rd Separate Mechanized Brigade, Kholodnyi Yar

15.10 location unknown
A military man prepares food on the hand-made stove that was built by the soldiers of the Armed Forces of Ukraine inside one of the dugouts on the front line.

Photo: Instagram page of Volodymyr Zelenskyi

14.10 Chernihiv, Sivershchyna
The largest knitted flag of Ukraine, which was created by 350 craft makers.

Photo: Chernihiv City Council

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